Intranet DASHBOARD API App SharePoint Connector. Contribute to IntranetDASHBOARD/API_App_SharePoint development by creating an account on. How do I get SharePoint to open non-office documents in their client application? I can change the icon in , but do I need to write my own. Also, watch out when copying the mapping key from anything other than the file. The ” may be a format that the file doesn’t like.
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A file named DocIcon. This is relatively simple and there are guides to do doing this all over the internet.
December 30, at 7: But to note, there are some drawbacks You have to do this step on each front-end web server or deploy a farm feature that does the change Your change may be overwritten in future versions Caution If you modify DocIcon. Optional The text that appears in drop-down menus as the editing item “Edit in Application Name” for a file that is uploaded to a list. Any ideas are welcome! The settings in DocIcon. The ByExtension element maps file name extensions to file icons, specifies the text to display for each file name extension in the drop-down menu that appears when the Edit arrow is clicked, and specifies the ProgId of the control to use for opening documents with a given file name extension.
In your FeatureActivated and FeatureDeactivating methods call this new method accordingly: Email required Address never made public. In that case I was hoping we could just update the png file for the icon to a new image: You can download the solution as well as the source for free from CodePlex here: Filed under SharePoint So, I wrote my own.
How to add PDF icons next to PDF documents in a SharePoint Library
Its purpose is to provide a way to specify the icon that is displayed xxml any given file type that might be uploaded to a list or document library and, optionally, to specify whether an ActiveX control should be used to open the file.
January 12, at The Default element specifies the default image file to be used for file types that are not specified in DocIcon. A good way to do this would be to distribute changes to DocIcon. This is almost entirely copied from, thank you Alan Richards. Lines are finding any existing job definitions that share the same name and deleting them since creating jobs with duplicate names will cause an error.
Hopefully this example will help make the concepts I was talking about in my previous post make some sense. Schedule parameter before the Update call. XML file will be saved for later.
Adding File Type Icons To SharePoint 2013
If so then we would just have to change the mapping to a totally different file. If you modify DocIcon. Uncomment the FeatureActivated and FeatureDeactivating methods. Tried it out and it worked, although there were still prompts from the browser to either “Read-Only or Edit” or “You are opening a file that can harm your computer”. Post was not sent – check your email addresses!
I just read back thru the post for a refresher. Failing that, I add it to the end in Line and save the file in line I override this method to ensure my custom code gets called instead. I am very excited about the new version, and will be blogging about it on a regular basis as I explore the newly released Preview and future releases.
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Understanding DocIcon.xml Files
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. If so, all done! New End Sub But you will probably need to implement at least a matching constructor with some custom properties.
Create a free website or blog at Xmo. February 26, at This will be the method where we install or uninstall your custom job. August 3, at The Execute method beginning in line 86 is what is called when the Timer Job actually runs.